Raising awareness via articles and interviews, the Criminal Justice Reform Journal aims to not only inform the general public, but also empower them. Public opinion, followed by public action, is at the very heart of a Criminal Justice System in clear need of reform.

By introducing the public to specific cases, with exclusive input from those convicted, the CJRJ will detail their journeys from preconviction, to possible exoneration.

By making matters of Criminal Law more accessible, and in-turn transparent, the CJRJ endeavours to help the public to become further informed, and take control of issues that may impact their every-day lives.